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The cathedrals of northern France part 8: Chartres

You can never know what an experience will be like until you have it. You can read about Chartres and see the photos. And you can visit other cathedrals, as we have on this trip. 1,326 more words

St Mary's Church, Guildford, Surrey

The Church of St Mary is a fine medieval parish church occupying a prominent position in Quarry Street, Guildford overlooking the River Wey with a great deal of surviving Saxon fabric. 567 more words

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Last Vestiges


The granite portico of Oaklands, County Wexford. This late Georgian house is associated with the Tyndall family, the last of whom died in 1957: soon afterwards Oaklands was gutted by fire and pulled down. 27 more words

Architectural History

Almost Ready


Looking down an enfilade of rooms on the ground floor of the 1903 Milltown Wing at the National Gallery, Dublin. This portion of the building was designed by Sir Thomas Newenham Deane (following his death in 1899, its completion was overseen by his son Sir Thomas Manly Deane). 64 more words

Architectural History

Recording the Past


In 1989 American photographer Andrew Bush published a book of images he had taken at the start of the decade. Bonnettstown: A House in Ireland… 800 more words

Architectural History

The architecture of the Black Sea coasts

An outline of the architecture history of the Black Sea coasts from the classical times, two and a half millennia ago, to nowadays, with the help of an antique map published in 1794, and photographs of telling examples highlighting that architecture and history. 78 more words

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Save Cork City


Two years ago, Dublin City Council decided to construct a new flood defence wall along the coast of Clontarf to the immediate north of the city. 419 more words

Architectural History